Heavy snowfall and double-digit subzero temperatures have led to deaths and disrupted transport across Europe.
In Poland, where the temperature is 20 degrees below zero, at least ten people died due to cold over the past few days.
In Belgium, one driver was killed when his truck slid off the highway, while in Italy, dozens of homeless people died from the cold, said The Independent (Independent).
Russia has spent the coldest Christmas in the last 120 years, since the thermometers in Moscow during the night showed 30 degrees below zero, and in St. Petersburg, the temperature was minus 24th
Many skiers in Sarajevo remained there because the temperature dropped to minus 27 degrees.
The planes do not fly to Europe several airports, and ferries in ports.
Blizzard on Saturday paralyzed Istanbul - disturbed and navigation in the Bosphorus strait, and canceled several hundred flights.